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Old 03-25-2014, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default NB gauge cluster w/ real oil pressure gauge + oil pressure sender

Hey everyone, I found that I have 6 (six!) gauge clusters across my two Miatas. Time to get rid of some.

First up is a recently modified NB1 cluster. I modified it to include an early NA real oil pressure gauge. Its a simple install, just swap gauges (and odometers), swap the real oil pressure sender, and you will have a real oil pressure reading!

This is actually the cluster that I modified in the DIY here.

This includes the modified gauge cluster and the sender itself.
Both are in excellent condition. The cluster clear plastic cover has some marks at the bottom from rubbing against the hood, but is clear without any other obvious blemishes. The gauge and sender were a matched set pulled from the same vehicle, so they should be as accurate as they were from the factory.

Also, I forgot to mention that I modified the temp gauge to read linearly as per the mazda-speed DIY!

Asking $150 shipped OBO







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Thanks to [email protected] for this graph of the new profile of the temp sensor:


I also will be listing a Japanese-market-only 6-speed cluster after this one sells, so let me know if you're also interested in that one!
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What color are the LEDs on it? Also, does the 6-Speed Cluster have a real oil pressure gauge in it?
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This cluster has the original stock incandescent bulbs. That is - green backlighting for the gauges, green odometer lighting, and white/clear for the indicators. I have a set of blue bulb covers for the gauge backlighting I can throw in if you want to change up the color.
The 6 speed cluster is totally stock.
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Will this fit a 2003 NB?
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Yes it will fit, but I believe you'll have to rewire the high beam indicator. Also, if your cluster has a low gas light, you won't have it anymore.
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SOLD for $135 shipped
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